Alessandra Londero

Consultant in Gemona del Friuli, Italia

Alessandra Londero

Consultant in Gemona del Friuli, Italia

Ms. Londero has been working in the field of multilateral diplomacy, institutional reform and business- government relations since 1997, working in public international and regional organizations - The World Bank and The European Union (EU) – and leading associations and business development-consulting firms.

As a Political Advisor, she created political strategies for multilateral negotiations on complex reforms, with extensive analysis and control of the process within an EU and international agenda. Her consistent engagement with major political stakeholders, and successful management of a coherent team led to adopt key laws within wider proposed reforms. In this arena, she has contributed to conflict resolution by establishing good offices responsible for addressing disputes between public institutions and citizens in post-conflict and ethnically divided situations.

In the private sector, she has been instrumental in supporting economic development and facilitating the opening of new ventures for SMEs through effective stakeholder management and by leveraging partnerships with Governments, EU institutions, business associations and chambers of commerce. She has assisted international projects by providing expertise and knowledge of government policies, political and geopolitical risk assessments. To secure project effectiveness, she has been providing financial analysis of EU grants and liaison with Multilateral Development Banks, mainly the European Investment Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Ms. Londero holds a Master of Science in Foreign Service degree from Georgetown University, an M. Phil in Literature and Languages from Udine University, and a M.A. in European Project Proposal & Management from the International Venice University. She is currently attending the Executive M.B.A. at MIB School of Management in Trieste. She holds several degrees in multilateral diplomacy and international mediation from Harvard University and CSS Project from Berlin.

Ms. Londero appreciates the insights that the arts, history, anthropology and good food offer into different cultures and territories. She also sees travel as a way to understand human nature and richness in diversity.